Comgrow Creality Ender-3 V2 3D Printer

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98% customers bought printer also bought Filaments & BLTouch

Ender-3 V2 Product Parameter 

Printer model
Ender-3 V2
Modeling Technology
Printing Size
Machine Size
Package weight
32-bit silent motherboard
UI full-color screen
Printing platform
Carborundum Glass Platform
Power Supply
350W Meanwell Power Supply



Easy assembly: Pre-assembled all hard-to-assemble parts. The rest simply bolt together using either the supplied tools (hex keys) or a hex screwdriver.

Silent Motherboard: This Ender 3 V2 equipped with a self-developed silent motherboard, which has stronger anti-interference, faster and more stable motion performance, silent printing, and low decibel operation. The unit is pretty much silent except for the fan.

Carborundum Glass Platform: Enable the hotbed heat up quicker and prints adhere better without warping. The build plate adhesion is strong and makes the first layer is ultra-smooth.

Effortless Filament Feed-in: Ender-3 V2 adds a rotary knob on the extruder, making loading and feeding filament process much easier; Brand new operation UI system and 4.3" smart color screen greatly improve user experience.

Safety UL Certified MeanWell Power Supply: Creality Ender 3 V2 equipped with MeanWell power supply, produced by the listed company with mature technology, meeting all the needs of fast heating and longtime printing. Moreover, the power supply is concealed in the machine, making it much safer.

    Package content:
    • 1 x Creality3D Ender 3 V2 Printer
    • 1 x Toolkit
    • 1 x filament sample
    • 1 x Instruction Manual (English) 




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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 14 reviews
      Clara Braesel
      I have already printed a figure of a video game character!

      I don't have much knowledge about technological hardware, but I was able to assemble the printer in one evening with patience and a video tutorial. After adjusting all the settings, I immediately printed the vase from the models that were on the mini SD card that came with the printer. It works so well and I can't believe I now have such advanced technology in my room for such an affordable price! I've had the printer for 2 weeks now, and I was able to print out a video game character and I'm so happy :)

      Gabriel Martineau


      Natalie Ashton
      Great Printer in Perfect condition

      We ordered our new printer on a Wednesday, it arrived on the following Tuesday. It was easy to assemble and it working great! We are so happy with our purchase. I'm sure we'll be back to buy more printers from Comgrow in the future.

      Faisal Lakhani

      Fast shipping and love the printer

      Marc Draco
      Still imperfect, still brilliant

      Like the Ender 3 V1 (and doubtless the V3 which is closing on release as I write this) this is a classic beginners or small-print-shop machine. Highly configurable thanks to fully open source Marlin software and plenty quick thanks to the 32-bit board. Steppers are whisper quiet but the fans are still (as with the V1) stupidly loud. It's an easy fix of course but honestly, I'm surprised this wasn't addressed as most of the design flaws already have been.

      I added a BL-Touch to mine because while the glass bed is about as flat an unfortunate skunk on the highway, the carriage isn't necessarily that easy to level - the old "post-it" trick is only as good as a the person dragging the post-it under the head. You could use a feeler gauge for more accuracy but ultimately this is down to skill and practise.

      Some YouTubers like CHEP have devised more accurate methods to do this because that first layer, which relies entirely on the accuracy of the bed level will make or break a printed part, sometimes literally if adhesion gives up some way up leaving you with (at best) spaghetti and at worst, a potential fire hazard. Neither option is useful. The same applies to all 3D printers but the slightly weak springs (which can be upgraded with stronger ones or even rubber dampers) make this a bit more likely.

      Others have noted the angle of the screen can make it difficult to read under some circumstances but this hasn’t affected me to date, although I don’t tend to use it much, preferring Octoprint running on a RPI-3 – although the position of the USB port on the front makes that a little awkward – I can see another mod in this machines non-too-distant future to fix that one.

      But enough of the blah-blah-blah. How does it print?

      So far? Brilliantly, but a lot does depend on the quality of the PLA or PETG you’re using. PETG is probably best avoided because that beautiful glass bed isn’t just easy to scratch (even with the provided spatula, tsk!) but it PETG is notorious for virtually welding itself to … well, almost anything except painter’s tape (which is expensive) and stick glue which can make your prints a little uneven.

      Good quality PLA, running at the right temperature (temp towers in CURA help enormously here) can make for prints that even the experts find difficult to separate from those done on machines costing 5x as much! Now that’s saying something – but YMMV – as mine did when I through some ageing, PLA that had been sat in a draw for a few months at it. Less said about that the better.

      But overall, I’d buy another one of these without a second thought. Even without the upgrades (which are optional and come with the law of diminishing returns) this is a superb machine for beginners or even experts because at the price, the design and build quality is hard to beat. But please, for the sake of my ears Creality, use some better fans!